BRTISH youngsters’ fashions and styles over the years will be showcased by a new National Lottery-funded online Museum of Youth Culture.
People are asked to submit photos for the digital archive, which will be launched in 2019 and show images from 1950s’ Teddy Boys up to modern-day Grime MCs.
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Photoshot. Four young lads huddle for a group shot at London’s Roller Rink in the 2000s
Youthclubarchive.com Three skinhead girls in London pose for the camera in the 1980s
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Youthclubarchive.com Leather-clad rockers from London’s 59 Club pose on their motorbikes in the 1960s
Rebecca Lewis A Nu Metal fan with a Slipknot t-shirt shows off her style at 2001 hard-rock festival Ozzfest
Youthclubarchive.com A rocker girl with a studded jacket in Southend, Essex in 1973
Youthclubarchive.com Girls and a guy enjoy a night out at the 59 Club in the 1960s
Youthclubarchive.com Hip-hop fans gather at Camden Town Hall in 1986 for a Youth Against Apartheid gig
A biker takes a breather in Kingston-upon-Thames in the 1960s
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